My two most popular posts in terms of daily pageviews were a satirical piece that people mistook as fact and a piece about vampires. And two of my three most popular posts in terms over overall pageviews over time were a movie review and a link of dubious provenance to some scanned books. If this was all I had to show for 5 years of writing, I would quit. [Read more…]
Today, some people read my post: a lot read some of it, and some read a lot of it.
Today, some people who didn’t read my post formed opinions about it anyway.
Today, some people complimented what I wrote.
Today, I was called an asshole — twice. [Read more…]
Please, steal this blog post: Install an AdBlocker (or update the one you have), and do not ever click on a single ad on Patheos. [Read more…]
Jason Mankey recently raised the question “Who are we writing for?” This got me thinking. In the interest of getting to know my readers better, please answer the short 10-question survey below … Create your free online surveys with SurveyMonkey , the world’s leading questionnaire tool. [Read more…]
Bid the invaders take the shoes from off their feet, for God is here within. — Emerson, “Self-Reliance” I’ve had an epiphany. For some time, I have struggled to understand why certain hard polytheists seem to feel threatened by the very presence of non-theists in the comments sections of their blogs. P. Sufenas Virius Lupus, [Read More…]
About a month ago, Jason Mankey wondered whether the controversies in the Pagan blogosphere have anything to do with Paganism “closer to home” in a post entitled, “Outside Looking In (or Is Anybody Really Listening?)”. Due to the holidays and family crises, I haven’t gotten around to discussing it. But since it hits close to [Read More…]